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0:00 Introduction and host chat
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to www.scarleteen.com; I’ll be at The Leather Leadership Conference in Minneapolis at the end of April, so email me if you want to get together!
1:50 Thanks to contributors
2:50 Random quote of the week
3:20 News: Dr. Eric Keroack resigns!
It’s true! According to an article in Townhall News, “Dr.” Eric Keroack has officially resigned after Medicaid officials took action against him in Massachusetts. For more information on Mr. Keroack’s original stealth appointment, listen to PW episode 86.
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7:00 Listener mail
Lon wrote in to say he’s been in a stable triad and that a key is to recognize that relationships change over time, and the participants must be flexible enough to adjust; he’s a therapist specializing in poly marriage in the Bay area–check him out at www.lonsarver.com; 10:00 Colin comments that neighborhoods are talked about in terms of family in New Orleans; Mike asked for PW to be translated into Spanish–not gonna happen unless someone else does it; in Poly Weekly #102, we discussed the relationship dynamic that is separate from the people involved in it, and Wikipedia describes something similar to this as “collective effervescence”
14:15 Topic: Being Poly and Single
BlackFlame wrote in to ask about being poly and single, especially as a single man–how do you bring it up with people you date, and how do you keep from being that creepy guy?
The PolyActive community is working on creating an OKCupid quiz that better reflects poly as a commitment, not the choice of monogamy vs commitment.
29:00 Topic: Steve Eley‘s poly story and flirt note
Steve tells his own poly story of how he and his wife have approached their relationship and a new connection energy; minx reveals abashedly that the “Miss M” he refers to is in fact the minx herself
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If you like the intro music, check out Pacemaker Jane, a cool band out of Ohio.